I think everything's okay now.....
As you could tell from the last posts I was pretty frazzled. I'm always afraid of screwing something up and then not being able to get the bike to someone more experienced that can help. I was very fortunate in this case that the bike still ran. But I also felt a bit P.O's because the green connector was in perfect shape.
Anyway, I figured I cut my losses and bring it to a dealer to sort out. I was planning to drop it off soon for a valve adjustment so I figured I just do it a little sooner and spend a bit more cash.
Long story short, when I reconnected everything the error code disappeared. I've tried turning it off and on several times and it still seems fine.
Thanks for posting the tutorial on how to do this. I wouldn't have been able to do it without your help.
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"In the 13 months I've been in the Senate, it has become apparent to me the single thing that Republican politicians hate and fear the most, and that is when they're forced to tell the truth."
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